Sunday 27 September, 2020

Watch: Film lovers invited to gain 'Perspective' at Green Screen

The film festival season continues with the Green Screen-Environmental Film Festival on the horizon.

Green Screen--now in its eighth year--will centre on films on environmental conservation, climate change, green energy, sustainable development, and social justice.

Running from October 31 to November 3, the festival is jam-packed with screenings, panel discussions, workshops, and even a special with collaboration Freetown Collective.

Festival founder and director Carver Bacchus stopped by our studio to tell us more about the festival whose theme this year is "Perspective". 

 

This year also sees the introduction of a new ongoing programme, the Very Short Shorts Mobile Film Competition. The public was invited to submit one-minute films related to the theme “Stories of our Rivers and Seas”, using a simple tool, a mobile phone. 

On November 3 and 4, the 'Art of the Interview' workshop is set to help to develop early career documentary filmmakers and journalists by developing skills that get to the heart of the story. The programme will also focus on creating well composed and visually interesting interviews on film. 
Visit their website and Facebook for their festival guide and ticket info for opening night. 

 

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